Thal Chhapar Sanctuary


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Great Indian Bustard (Photo Courtesy: Koshy Koshy)
Red-headed Falcon at the Sanctuary (Photo Courtesy: Koshy Koshy)
Eagle at Tal Chappar Sanctuary - Photo Courtesy Koshy Koshy

Tal Chhapar Sanctuary is a sanctuary located in the Churu area of Shekhawati region. It is known for black bucks and is also home to a variety of birds. The sanctuary area is mostly covered by grasses with a very few trees. It lies on the way of the passage of many migratory birds. These birds pass through this area during September. Birds commonly seen in the sanctuary are harriers, Eastern Imperial Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Short-toed Eagle, sparrow, and Little Green Bee-eaters, Black Ibis and Demoiselle Cranes, which stay there till March.



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